I have a sheet that I need to only be 5 columns. I use this as a teaching calendar. Sometimes I need to add a cell in the middle if there is an activity that will add an extra day into my calendar (or what I planned for one day, actually takes two days). However, adding a cell only pushes the row to the right and adds a new column.
Instead, I need it to keep to only 5 columns and instead move the cells to the beginning of the next row instead.
Is this possible?
Do not Reset the current position of migration to start from the beginning
In the Destination database, the data migration tool will truncate the table but we need the data that exist in the destination database.
Is there anyways run the data migration tool without touch previous data in the destination database.
i use a underscore at the beginning of files and folder to mark them a something “special”, this sorting doesn’t work for the most programs under linux. i tried ‘LC_COLLATE=C ls’ and other locales but the results are something strange. lets say i have this folders:
2 A _F G K S x4
this is the sort order of ‘ls’. when i use ‘LC_COLLATE ls’ i have this
2 A G K S _F x4
I have this under xubuntu 18.04 using the xfce-terminal-emulator on 2 machines.
what is wrong here?
Although alittle later than most, I am determined that I would like to greatly expand my understanding of development. With this, I recently purchased a development bundle to help kick-start my journey. There is such a wealth of information available that I am not so concerned with finding reference materials, but rather my question pertains to which topics/programming languages/etc. are perhaps considered easier for a beginner…
**Can anyone kindly advise which of the below, or perhaps suggest another topic, to kick-off a self-paced development study? (I know formal training and education is normally recommended/required, but I just trying to expand my personal understanding and not actually trying to move into a new career – we shall see…)
Below are the topics which I have placed into my “foundational” bucket… (My end-game is to be able to actually use the Mac development tools).